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Rixia Zan
Dr Kishor Acharya
Adrian Blackburn
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor David Werner
et al.
A Mobile Laboratory Enables Fecal Pollution Source Tracking in Catchments Using Onsite qPCR Assays2022
Jian Zang
Dr Mohammad Royapoor
Dr Kishor Acharya
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Professor David Werner
et al.
Performance gaps of sustainability features in green award-winning university buildings2022
Dr Kishor Acharya
Giacomo Butte
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor David Werner
Spatiotemporal variation in urban wastewater pollution impacts on river microbiomes and associated hazards in the Akaki catchment, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia2022
Professor David Werner
The regenerative role of biofilm in the removal of pesticides from stormwater in biochar-amended biofilters2022
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor David Werner
Trace Element Levels in Nails of Residents of Addis Ababa Are Shaped by Social Factors and Geography2022
Jiaqian Wang
Professor David Werner
Professor David Manning
A framework for integrating the terrestrial carbon stock of estates in institutional carbon management plans2021
Gerardo Aldana
Dr Elisa Lopez-Capel
Professor David Werner
Agrochemical leaching reduction in biochar‐amended tropical soils of Belize2021
Nathan Keighley
Professor David Werner
Analytical method development and validation for the quantification of metaldehyde in soil2021
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor David Graham
Professor David Werner
Environmental antimicrobial resistance is associated with faecal pollution in Central Thailand’s coastal aquaculture region2021
Dr Kishor Acharya
Carolina Ospina Betancourth
Giacomo Butte
Professor David Werner
Faecal pollution source tracking in the holy Bagmati River by portable 16S rRNA gene sequencing2021
Nathan Keighley
Professor David Werner
Highly variable soil dissipation of metaldehyde can explain its environmental persistence and mobility2021
Jia Yee Ho
Florence Jong
Dr Kishor Acharya
Sylvia Xian
Daniel Smith
et al.
Multidrug-resistant bacteria and microbial communities in a river estuary with fragmented suburban waste management2021
Professor David Werner
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
Potential of biochar derived from agricultural residues for sustainable management2021
George Mangse
Professor David Werner
Carbon mass balance model to investigate biochar and activated carbon amendment effects on the biodegradation of stable-isotope labeled toluene in gravelly sand2020
Professor David Werner
Carbon nanomaterials affect carbon cycle-related functions of the soil microbial community and the coupling of nutrient cycles2020
Dr Kishor Acharya
Dr Shaaban Mgana
Tom Komar
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
et al.
Chlorination effects on DNA based characterization of water microbiomes and implications for the interpretation of data from disinfected systems2020
Aom Plaimart
Dr Kishor Acharya
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
et al.
Coconut husk biochar amendment enhances nutrient retention by suppressing nitrification in agricultural soil following anaerobic digestate application2020
Dr Kishor Acharya
Adrian Blackburn
Professor David Werner
Metagenomic water quality monitoring with a portable laboratory2020
George Mangse
Professor David Werner
Dr Paola Meynet
Microbial community responses to different volatile petroleum hydrocarbon class mixtures in an aerobic sandy soil2020
Jian Zang
Professor David Werner
Real-world sustainability analysis of an innovative decentralized water system with rainwater harvesting and wastewater reclamation2020
Professor David Werner
Start‐up Strategy and Bacterial Community Analysis of SNAD Process for Treating Anaerobic Digester Liquor of Swine Wastewater (ADLSW) in a Continuous‐Flow Biofilm Reactor2020
Professor David Werner
Transformation mechanisms of tetracycline by horseradish peroxidase with/without redox mediator ABTS for variable water chemistry2020
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
A comparative assessment of conventional and molecular methods, including MinION nanopore sequencing, for surveying water quality2019
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor David Werner
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paola Meynet
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
et al.
A quantitative structure-biodegradation relationship (QSBR) approach to predict biodegradation rates of aromatic chemicals2019
Professor David Werner
Effects of Various Carbon Nanotubes on Soil Bacterial Community Composition and Structure2019
Professor David Werner
Humic Acid can Enhance the Mineralization of Phenanthrene Sorbed on Biochars2019
Onotasamideerhi Igun
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Impacts of activated carbon amendments, added from the start or after five months, on the microbiology and outcomes of crude oil bioremediation in soil2019
Maria Valdivia-Garcia
Professor David Graham
Professor David Werner
Predicted Impact of Climate Change on Trihalomethanes Formation in Drinking Water Treatment2019
Professor David Werner
Removal of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) from contaminated groundwater using granular activated carbon: a pilot-scale study with breakthrough modeling2019
Professor David Werner
Rice Husk Biochars Modified with Magnetized Iron Oxides and Nano Zero Valent Iron for Decolorization of Dyeing Wastewater2019
Professor David Werner
Sorption of Hydrophobic Organic Compounds to Plastics in the Marine Environment: Sorption and Desorption Kinetics2019
Dr Kishor Acharya
Professor David Werner
Dr Jan Dolfing
Dr Paola Meynet
Shamas Tabraiz
et al.
The experimental determination of reliable biodegradation rates for mono-aromatics towards evaluating QSBR models2019
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
Dr Parinda Thayanukul
Dr Kishor Acharya
Dr Marcos Baluja
Aidan Robson
et al.
The food-water quality nexus in periurban aquacultures downstream of Bangkok, Thailand2019
Professor David Werner
A mechanistic study of stable dispersion of titanium oxide nanoparticles by humic acid2018
Professor David Werner
Behavior of Micropollutants in Polishing Units that Combine Sorption and Biodegradation Mechanisms to Improve the Quality of Activated Sludge Effluent2018
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Bioturbation Facilitates DDT Sequestration by Activated Carbon against Recontamination by Sediment Deposition2018
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Effect of temperature on microbial diversity and nitrogen removal performance of an anammox reactor treating anaerobically pretreated municipal wastewater2018
Marta Vignola
Professor David Werner
Lianna King
Professor Russell Davenport
Flow-cytometric quantification of microbial cells on sand from water biofilters2018
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Microbiological safety of a small water distribution system: evaluating potentially pathogenic bacteria using advanced sequencing techniques2018
Professor David Werner
Application of a full-scale wood gasification biochar as a soil improver to reduce organic pollutant leaching risks2017
Professor David Werner
Association of 16 priority polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with humic acid and humin fractions in a peat soil and implications for their long-term retention2017
Professor David Werner
Characterization of KOH modified biochars from different pyrolysis temperatures and enhanced adsorption of antibiotics2017
Professor David Werner
Effect of Clay Minerals on Transport of Surfactants Dispersed Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes in Porous Media2017
Dr Zhantao Han
Professor David Werner
Evaluation of Strategies to Minimize Ecotoxic Side-Effects of Sorbent-Based Sediment Remediation2017
Professor David Werner
In Focus: Novel Sorbents for Environmental Remediation2017
****** Bushnaf
George Mangse
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
et al.
Mechanisms of Distinct Activated Carbon and Biochar Amendment Effects on Petroleum Vapour Biofiltration in Soil2017
Marta Vignola
Professor David Werner
Dr Matthew Wade
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
et al.
Medium shapes the microbial community of water filters with implications for effluent quality2017
Dr Sharon Velasquez Orta
Professor David Werner
Jeet Varia
Dr Shaaban Mgana
Microbial fuel cells for inexpensive continuous in-situ monitoring of groundwater quality2017
Marta Vignola
Professor David Werner
Organic Carbon Amendments for Enhanced Biological Attenuation of Trace Organic Contaminants in Biochar-Amended Stormwater Biofilters2017
Maria Valdivia-Garcia
Professor David Graham
Professor David Werner
Climatic, geographic and operational determinants of trihalomethanes (THMs) in drinking water systems2016
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Decision-making framework for the application of in-situ activated carbon amendment to sediment2016
Badruddeen Sani
Professor Richard Luthy
Professor David Werner
Performance of retrievable activated carbons to treat sediment contaminated with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons2016
Professor Richard Luthy
Professor David Werner
Predicted effectiveness of in-situ activated carbon amendment for field sediment sites with variable site-and compound-specific characteristics2016
Professor David Werner
Reductive sequestration of chromate by hierarchical FeS@Fe0 particles2016
Weijia Chen
Yueh-Hsia Chen
Professor David Werner
Surfactant removal with multiwalled carbon nanotubes2016
Professor David Werner
Maria Valdivia-Garcia
Trihalomethanes (THMs) Formation in Point of Use Surface Water Disinfection with Chlorine or Chlorine Dioxide Tablets2016
Dr Zhantao Han
Badruddeen Sani
Professor David Werner
A Critical Evaluation of Magnetic Activated Carbon’s Potential for the Remediation of Sediment Impacted by Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons2015
Professor David Werner
Biochar and Activated Carbon for Enhanced Trace Organic Contaminant Retention in Stormwater Infiltration Systems2015
Professor David Werner
Effects of activated carbon ageing in three PCB contaminated sediments: Sorption efficiency and secondary effects on Lumbriculus variegatus2015
Dr Zhantao Han
Badruddeen Sani
Dr Wojciech Mrozik
Professor David Werner
Magnetite Impregnation Effects on the Sorbent Properties of Activated Carbons and Biochars2015
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Werner
Professor Russell Davenport
Re-evaluation of dioxygenase gene phylogeny for the development and validation of a quantitative assay for environmental aromatic hydrocarbon degraders2015
Ambi Ambituuni
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Professor David Werner
Risk Assessment Of A Petroleum Product Pipeline In Nigeria: The Realities Of Managing Problems Of Theft/sabotage2015
Ambi Ambituuni
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Professor David Werner
Risk assessment of petroleum product transportation by road: A framework for regulatory improvement2015
Ambi Ambituuni
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Professor David Werner
Risk management framework for safe transportation of petroleum products in Nigeria: Learning from past accidents and good practices2015
Professor David Werner
Soil carbon, multiple benefits2015
Sarah Hale
Professor David Werner
Sorption and Remediation of Organic Compounds in Soils and Sediments by (Activated) Biochar2015
Professor David Werner
Water supply and quality2015
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
In Situ Treatment for Control of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants Using Sorbent Amendment: Theoretical Assessments2014
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Bioturbation Delays Attenuation of DDT by Clean Sediment Cap but Promotes Sequestration by Thin-Layered Activated Carbon2014
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
In Situ Sequestration of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Sediments under Stagnant Contact with Activated Carbon. 2. Mass Transfer Modeling2014
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor William Sloan
Professor David Werner
Predicting the effects of biochar on volatile petroleum hydrocarbon biodegradation and emanation from soil: A bacterial community finger-print analysis inferred modelling approach2014
Professor David Werner
Sorption of organic contaminants of emerging concern to biochars from a synthetic stormwater matrix in batch and column systems2014
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Thin-layer AC placement for sequestering DDT contaminated sediment facilitated by bioturbation2014
Dr Arvind Singh
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor Ian Head
Professor David Werner
Biofuel components change the ecology of bacterial volatile petroleum hydrocarbon degradation in aerobic sandy soil2013
Professor David Werner
Bernard Bowler
Professor David Manning
Comparison of methods for the characterization and quantification of carbon forms in estuarine and marine sediments from coal mining regions2013
Professor David Werner
Dr James Garratt
Graeme Piggott
Sorption of 2,4-D and other phenoxy herbicides to soil, organic matter, and minerals2013
Professor David Werner
Activated carbon amendment to sequester PAHs in contaminated soil: A lysimeter field trial2012
Professor David Werner
Assessing the effect of grain-scale sorption rate limitations on the fate of hydrophobic organic groundwater pollutants2012
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor David Werner
Effect of Activated Carbon Amendment on Bacterial Community Structure and Functions in a PAH Impacted Urban Soil2012
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Hunters Point seven-year narrative: In situ sequestration of HOCs in sediment by activated carbon sorbent amendment[p]2012
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Long-term monitoring and modeling of the mass transfer of polychlorinated biphenyls in sediment following pilot-scale in-situ amendment with activated carbon2012
Professor David Werner
Responses of Lumbriculus variegatus to Activated Carbon Amendments in Uncontaminated Sediments2012
Dr Charles Knapp
Professor Susana Olivares Rieumont
Dr Emma Bowen
Professor David Werner
Professor David Graham
et al.
Seasonal variations in antibiotic resistance gene transport in the Almendares River, Havana, Cuba2012
Professor David Werner
Special Issue on Sorption and Transport Processes Affecting the Fate of Environmental Pollutants in the Subsurface2012
Professor David Graham
Professor Susana Olivares Rieumont
Dr Charles Knapp
Professor David Werner
Dr Emma Bowen
et al.
Antibiotic resistance gene abundances associated with waste discharges to the Almendares River near Havana, Cuba2011
Professor David Werner
Effect of biochar on the fate of volatile petroleum hydrocarbons in an aerobic sandy soil2011
Professor Richard Luthy
Professor David Werner
In-situ Sorbent Amendments: A New Direction in Contaminated Sediment Management2011
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Assessment of Advective Porewater Movement Affecting Mass Transfer of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Marine Intertidal Sediment2010
Dr Paola Meynet
Professor Russell Davenport
Dr Martin Jones
Professor David Werner
Changes in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon availability in River Tyne sediment following bioremediation treatments or activated carbon amendment2010
Sarah Hale
Professor David Werner
Modeling the Mass Transfer of Hydrophobic Organic Pollutants in Briefly and Continuously Mixed Sediment after Amendment with Activated Carbon2010
Professor David Werner
Modeling the mass transfer of hydrophobic organic pollutants in sediment after amendment with activated carbon2010
Professor David Werner
Partitioning of organochlorine pesticides from water to polyethylene passive samplers2010
Professor David Werner
Sarah Hale
Professor Richard Luthy
Polychlorinated Biphenyl Sorption and Availability in Field-Contaminated Sediments2010
Sarah Hale
Professor David Werner
POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL SORPTION TO ACTIVATED CARBON AND THE ATTENUATION CAUSED BY SEDIMENT.2010
Professor David Werner
Diffusive partitioning tracer test for the quantification of nonaqueous phase liquid (NAPL) in the vadose zone: Performance evaluation for heterogeneous NAPL distribution2009
Professor David Werner
Modeling PCB mass transfer and bioaccumulation in a freshwater oligochaete before and after amendment of sediment with activated carbon2009
Sarah Hale
Professor Richard Luthy
Professor David Werner
Sorption of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and its metabolites by activated carbon in clean water and sediment slurries2009
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Modeling PAH mass transfer in a slurry of contaminated soil or sediment amended with organic sorbents2008
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Activated carbon amendment as a treatment for residual DDT in sediment from a superfund site in San Francisco Bay, Richmond, California, USA2007
Professor David Werner
Modeling a diffusive tracer test for determining NAPL residual saturation in the unsaturated zone.2006
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Modeling polychlorinated biphenyl mass transfer after amendment of contaminated sediment with activated carbon2006
Professor David Werner
Comment on "modeling maximum adsorption capacities of soot and soot-like materials for PAHs and PCBs"2005
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Effects of dose and particle size on activated carbon treatment to sequester polychlorinated biphenyls and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in marine sediments2005
Professor David Werner
Gas tracer methods for the investigation of the vadose zone2005
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Phenanthrene and pyrene sorption and intraparticle diffusion in polyoxymethylene, coke, and activated carbon2005
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
Physicochemical characterization of coke-plant soil for the assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon availability and the feasibility of phytoremediation2005
Professor David Werner
Simultaneous estimation of diffusive Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) fluxes and Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) saturation in the vadose zone2005
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
The sequestration of PCBs in Lake Hartwell sediment with activated carbon2005
Professor David Werner
Professor Richard Luthy
The sequestration of PCBs in Lake Hartwell sediment with activated carbon2005
Professor David Werner
Review of Field Methods for the Determination of the Tortuosity and Effective Gas-Phase Diffusivity in the Vadose Zone2004
Professor David Werner
In situ method for the determination of the effective and sorption-affected gas-phase diffusion coefficient in the unsaturated zone2003
Professor David Werner
In Situ Method To Measure Effective and Sorption-Affected Gas-Phase Diffusion Coefficients in Soils2003
Professor David Werner
Small-Volume Releases of Gasoline in the Vadose Zone: Impact of the Additives MTBE and Ethanol on Groundwater Quality2003
Professor David Werner
Diffusive Partitioning Tracer Test for Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) Detection in the Vadose Zone2002
Professor David Werner
Fate of MTBE relative to ethanol and benzene in the unsaturated zone2002
Professor David Werner
Gaseous tracer diffusion from a point source as a site investigation method [PhD Thesis]2002
Professor David Werner
Occurence and fate of chlorofluorocarbon plumes in groundwater2002
Professor David Werner
The influence of water table fluctuations on the volatilization of contaminants from groundwater2002
Professor David Werner
Vapor Phase Transport and Biodegradation of Volatile Fuel Compounds in the Unsaturated Zone: A Large Scale Lysimeter Experiment2002